Soup | Deadly Entertainment

Short, witty feminist kitchen sink drama with an all-male cast.

Very Strange Things | Lawrence Leung

Lawrence Leung makes his first appearance at the Perth Fringe Festival this year, and what a reliably funny, confounding and confusingly clever performer he is.

Djuki Mala | Bond Creatives

As dancers they are excellent but where they totally charm is in their unabashed enjoyment of dance. They interact brilliantly with the audience, pull faces, laugh and sing along.

Anatomically Incorrect Gentlemen | Dirty Gents

This rather peculiarly named show raised some hopes of subtle, sophisticated, risqué, double-entendres. A dash of Noel Coward wit perhaps? These wishes were immediately dashed as the pair launched into a programme of the “magnificently filthy world of dirty music” to quote the media release.

Pisca | Cameron Taylor

Taylor is a former local lad and the packed crowd at this new Fringe Festival venue were very responsive to his show.

Christmas with The Idea of North & WASO

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas after The Idea of North and West Australian Symphony Orchestra teamed up to play a smorgasbord of festive music from around the world at the Perth Concert Hall on Friday night.

Saturday Sojourn | The Ali Bodycoat Quartet

An evening to forget the stress and endless planning of present buying and arbitrating between less-than-friendly relatives on the day.

Toruk | Cirque du Soleil

Based on the wildly successful 2009 film Avatar, TORUK transports us to the mythical Pandora, a land inhabited by the blue-hued Na’vi people.

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